Stingray Pipeline Company, L. L. C.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2009, Docket: RP08-436-004, Status: Effective

Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 209 Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 209

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 209

 

36. LIMITED SECTION 4 EVENT SURCHARGE

 

36.1 PURPOSE & APPLICABILITY OF EVENT COST SURCHARGE

 

Stingray shall have the right to recover, through a limited

filing under Section 4 of the Natural Gas Act, a commodity

surcharge (the "Event Surcharge") applicable to all capital

and operation and maintenance expenditures, as defined in

Section 36.2, in connection with the repair of damage to its

facilities caused by an Event; and/or an inspection of or

for damage related to an Event; or other actions related to

an Event and required by federal or state laws or

regulations. As used in all subsections of this Section 36,

an Event is defined as any hurricane, tropical storm or

depression named or numbered by the U.S. National Weather

Service. The Event Surcharge shall be applicable to Gas

transportation service, as well as park and loan service,

provided by Stingray pursuant to all its rate schedules. The

Event Surcharge shall apply to each Dekatherm of Gas

transportation and park and loan service, consistent with

the ACA charge, and be paid in addition to the rates

applicable to such services including service qualifying for

any rate discount or provided under any negotiated rate

agreement. The Event Surcharge shall reimburse Stingray for

Eligible Costs.

 

36.2 DEFINITION OF ELIGIBLE COSTS

 

The costs eligible for reimbursement through the Event

Surcharge (the "Eligible Costs") are the actual capital and

operation and maintenance expenses related to Event damage

(including inspections of or for damage related to an Event,

and/or other actions related to an Event and required by

federal or state laws or regulations). Event-damage costs

that will later be covered by insurance recoveries

("Insurance Recoveries") qualify as Eligible Costs as long

as the Insurance Recoveries are later credited to the Event

Surcharge Cost Account.